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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #15 on: February 27, 2020, 08:54:18 AM »
This year I'm going off giving a f£ck - not one f3ck will be given

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #16 on: February 27, 2020, 09:11:17 AM »
We all know that 1 day during his fast Jesus called his mate Paddy over for the sesh. This is irrefutable as thereís no evidence to say it didnít happen and thatís where the St Paddyís Day Sesh tradition began and why Irish people can break lent ....ipso facto up your bum

Those seshes where abolished during the reformation and never returned. Jesus lost his zest for fun and went all business. These days for spiritual presence he demands rates as high as 26% ask Jeff Right.

Anyway Iím off chocolate digestives which are more addictive than cocaine or meth especially when someone brings tea into the frey. I could hoover up half a packet in one sitting when a brew is introduced so wish me luck. If anyone hears of any Mc Vitie  addiction groups in the north Antrim area let me know.

I see your choc digestives and raise you Jamie dodgers....a pint of milk and a pack of 8 can be consumed during the half time chat on the Sunday Game.  Bastardos have created the double pack. Should be classified as inhuman and degrading....time to stop being a fat cnut I suppose

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #17 on: February 27, 2020, 09:19:22 AM »
All sweet treats. Today was tough as there's a lot of biscuits in the press.

Is your press in the larder in the scullery?





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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #18 on: February 27, 2020, 09:19:37 AM »
We all know that 1 day during his fast Jesus called his mate Paddy over for the sesh. This is irrefutable as thereís no evidence to say it didnít happen and thatís where the St Paddyís Day Sesh tradition began and why Irish people can break lent ....ipso facto up your bum

Those seshes where abolished during the reformation and never returned. Jesus lost his zest for fun and went all business. These days for spiritual presence he demands rates as high as 26% ask Jeff Right.

Anyway Iím off chocolate digestives which are more addictive than cocaine or meth especially when someone brings tea into the frey. I could hoover up half a packet in one sitting when a brew is introduced so wish me luck. If anyone hears of any Mc Vitie  addiction groups in the north Antrim area let me know.
Chocolate Hob Nobs piss all over Chocolate Digestives.
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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #19 on: February 27, 2020, 10:05:55 AM »
All sweet treats. Today was tough as there's a lot of biscuits in the press.
Same, and add crisps to that. There'll be free Creme Eggs in the reception of my office building soon - hard to resist, but the stock-pile is worth it.
Could easily give up chocolate and sweets but crisps might be a stretch. The fact that I don't give up any of them is my main issue. The wife is putting me under serious pressure to shift some timber for a wedding later in the year. I've told her I can't start too early in case I put it back on again  :-\

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #20 on: February 27, 2020, 10:07:35 AM »
We all know that 1 day during his fast Jesus called his mate Paddy over for the sesh. This is irrefutable as thereís no evidence to say it didnít happen and thatís where the St Paddyís Day Sesh tradition began and why Irish people can break lent ....ipso facto up your bum

Those seshes where abolished during the reformation and never returned. Jesus lost his zest for fun and went all business. These days for spiritual presence he demands rates as high as 26% ask Jeff Right.

Anyway Iím off chocolate digestives which are more addictive than cocaine or meth especially when someone brings tea into the frey. I could hoover up half a packet in one sitting when a brew is introduced so wish me luck. If anyone hears of any Mc Vitie  addiction groups in the north Antrim area let me know.
Chocolate Hob Nobs piss all over Chocolate Digestives.
Agree. Dark Chocolate Hobnobs > Chocolate Hobnobs > Dark Chocolate Digestives > Chocolate Digestives. I'd eat half a pack of any of them though without breaking stride  :'(

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #21 on: February 27, 2020, 10:16:58 AM »
All sweet treats. Today was tough as there's a lot of biscuits in the press.
Same, and add crisps to that. There'll be free Creme Eggs in the reception of my office building soon - hard to resist, but the stock-pile is worth it.
Could easily give up chocolate and sweets but crisps might be a stretch. The fact that I don't give up any of them is my main issue. The wife is putting me under serious pressure to shift some timber for a wedding later in the year. I've told her I can't start too early in case I put it back on again  :-\

Thereís a easy answer or that one
Mine suggested I needed to lose some weight and a diet of some description. I informed her of the fact that men burn 100 calories during sex so maybe ten times a week would be suffice for the required weight loss. She was non responsive to this and the love handles remained in place.

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #22 on: February 27, 2020, 10:20:56 AM »
We all know that 1 day during his fast Jesus called his mate Paddy over for the sesh. This is irrefutable as thereís no evidence to say it didnít happen and thatís where the St Paddyís Day Sesh tradition began and why Irish people can break lent ....ipso facto up your bum

Those seshes where abolished during the reformation and never returned. Jesus lost his zest for fun and went all business. These days for spiritual presence he demands rates as high as 26% ask Jeff Right.

Anyway Iím off chocolate digestives which are more addictive than cocaine or meth especially when someone brings tea into the frey. I could hoover up half a packet in one sitting when a brew is introduced so wish me luck. If anyone hears of any Mc Vitie  addiction groups in the north Antrim area let me know.
Chocolate Hob Nobs piss all over Chocolate Digestives.

Dude we agree on most things soccer thatís for sure but your talking through your ars.e here. Milk chocolate digestives rule and your talking to someone with hands on extensive experience on the subject of testing new products.

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #23 on: February 27, 2020, 06:03:34 PM »
What's the official ruling on Sunday fasting during Lent?

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #24 on: February 27, 2020, 06:43:37 PM »
What's the official ruling on Sunday fasting during Lent?

I could never figure out why Sundayís werenít counted as part of the days in Lent. Did Jesus then come in for a pint and a creme egg every Sunday or what? The bible kept that quiet.

I do the full Lent, Patrickís day included. Chocolate, buns, takeaways, crisps, lemonades etc.

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #25 on: February 27, 2020, 06:45:12 PM »
All sweet treats. Today was tough as there's a lot of biscuits in the press.
Same, and add crisps to that. There'll be free Creme Eggs in the reception of my office building soon - hard to resist, but the stock-pile is worth it.
Could easily give up chocolate and sweets but crisps might be a stretch. The fact that I don't give up any of them is my main issue. The wife is putting me under serious pressure to shift some timber for a wedding later in the year. I've told her I can't start too early in case I put it back on again  :-\

Thereís a easy answer or that one
Mine suggested I needed to lose some weight and a diet of some description. I informed her of the fact that men burn 100 calories during sex so maybe ten times a week would be suffice for the required weight loss. She was non responsive to this and the love handles remained in place.
I suspect I'd receive the same response here!

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #26 on: February 27, 2020, 06:52:12 PM »
What's the official ruling on Sunday fasting during Lent?

I could never figure out why Sundayís werenít counted as part of the days in Lent. Did Jesus then come in for a pint and a creme egg every Sunday or what? The bible kept that quiet.

I do the full Lent, Patrickís day included. Chocolate, buns, takeaways, crisps, lemonades etc.

Thought Jesus was more a wine man than pints.

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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #27 on: February 27, 2020, 06:55:51 PM »
Giving up work for Lent, sticking to it so far. Ohh and all the stuff that makes u fat...
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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #28 on: February 27, 2020, 07:41:14 PM »
What's the official ruling on Sunday fasting during Lent?

No need to fast, just abstain from sex.
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Re: What are you doing for Lent?
« Reply #29 on: February 27, 2020, 08:13:04 PM »
From Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday is 46 days, 40 fasting days and 6 Sundays